Sound & Music offer £500 grants to composers creating new work responding to the climate emergency

News: 15th October 2020 by Stef Loukes under Finance, Law & Music Business, Music Publishing, Music Training & Careers

Sound & Music, and in particular the British Music Collection, have announced a new initiative to provide grants for artists to create new works with sound and music that respond to the climate emergency. The initiative, Climate. Sound. Change., will provide 3 x £500 grants for composers and creators, with a minimum of one of those grants reserved for a young person aged 16-21 years.
Works can be created either alone or with collaborators of your choice; another composer/musician, visual artist, filmmaker, animator, writer etc.

The deadline for applications is 15th November. Please check the link below for full details of this opportunity and how to apply.

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Sound & Music and British Music Collection offer £500 grants to composers and creators


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